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Hi I'm Rita

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a disciple of Christ, a wife and mom, and a social and fiscale conservative that believes the Constitution of the United States was inspired of God. I have an Associate degree of Applied Science in Interior Design and a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science. I am currently working with Special Needs children 12-15 years old.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Mormon faith. However, in my mid twenties through a series of experiences, I began to doubt that I had the truth. I left the Mormon Church and searched elsewhere for several years. I never found anything that gave me a sure foundation, a greater purpose, or lasting happiness. When I came back to my roots- my mormon faith- I found a rock solid foundation, my life's purpose and the peace and comfort I had lost. And I learned some very important lessons. The Adversary is real and his expertise at deception led me away from my Savior and His restored church. I had taken for granted the priceless truths I had been taught. I now know how essential it is to stay in daily contact with Christ through prayer, scripture reading, church attendance and service to others so as not to be deceived or distracted ever again.

How I live my faith

I teach the 14 and 15 year old young women on Sunday's and participate with them in our Wednesday night activities. The Wednesday night activities are designed to increase their skills in homemaking, building testimonies, or doing a variety of service projects for the community. I also went to Girls Camp this year and participaated with the girls as they learned how to canoe, rock climb, repell, try their hand at archery, make new freinds and strengthen their testimony of Christ. I also visit three women every month and take them a message to spiritually uplift them. I check in on them to see how they are doing spiritually, mentally and physically. I am there to help with meals, rides, watching kids, or give a listening ear. My husband is a precinct chair for the Rebublican Party and President of a local Tea Party group. I attend the monthly meetings with him and help him in his efforts to give support to honest and conservative candidates and officials. My husband and I walk our precinct to get out the vote and work every election poll we can.